Arabic subtitled version of this program. The digital video revolution started to take hold in the mid nineties. This program looks at early examples of desktop video products. Demonstrations include QuickTime VR, Sigma Designs MPEG video, Video Director, Avid Video Shop, Video Machine Lite, Radius Edit, Video Vision, SGI's Set Top Box, CyberLab7, and QuickTime Conferencing. Originally broadcast in 1995. Topics: arabic, quicktime, digital video, mpeg, avid, sgi
Can you produce the next generation of The Blair Witch Project at home on your computer. We'll show you some of the tricks of personal computers these days that you can use to turn your ideas into real movies as well as just how to add some production value to your home videos. Topics: Episode year: 2000, Episode year: 1999, Companies: Apple, Digital Video
Convergence was the buzz word of 1995 as analysts predicted the computer and the television set would merge into one box. One aspect of this convergence was the so-called Smart TV. This program demonstrates some examples including the Malachi board which lets you download software into your PC using a standard broadcast signal (not a cable modem), Microware's DAVID (Digital Audio Video Interactive Decoder), HP's Kayak set top box, Philips' DET100 set top box, the Stellar set top box, DIVICOM's... Topics: set top box, digital video, pc video, pctv, en technology, HP, Oracle
We get down to the fundamentals of how to buy and install a web cam and the associated software in this episode of Computer Chronicles. Topics: Episode year: 2002, Episode year: 2001, Digital Video: Web cams, Digital Photography, Companies:...